Paris 2016 | What we ate

Gluten free crepes and waffles (TWICE) at La Creme de ParisThe fact that they offered gluten-free crepes and waffles made my soul happy. So much so that we even went for dinner one night. Why write these foods off to one meal when they taste so good?

Yes, crepes for dinner 🙌🙏

A photo posted by Leigh Candice Dorkin (@lcdorkin) on Sep 16, 2016 at 9:43am PDT

Dinner at Le Brebant: I honestly was not expecting much from this place, that seemed more like the local drinks hangout, than a gourmet food cafe, but I was truly impressed with their food! This was a stone’s throw from our hotel so we came here at least twice! The only thing that sucks, is the smoking – you cannot escape it!

Drinks before dinner 🍷🍸🍹

A photo posted by Leigh Candice Dorkin (@lcdorkin) on Sep 14, 2016 at 2:02pm PDT

Breakfast at Hardware Societe: Craig is usually quite difficult to communicate with when he has food in front of him, but this particular morning I could barely even get a grunt out of him. He was in love with his Pork Belly breakfast & then topped it off with a hot chocolate which he reckoned was better than Laduree. I suggest you check them out!

This was our favourite breakfast in Paris at Hardware Societe! 🙏❤️ Try the Pork Belly breakfast! 👌

A photo posted by Leigh Candice Dorkin (@theglobediary) on Jan 2, 2017 at 6:19pm PST


Check out a few of the other meals we’ve had in Paris on blogs to come! But my Instagram is always chock full of foodie pics in case you don’t want to miss out on all the action.


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